Shooting in a shopping center in Sweden: two injured, one arrested | world news


Swedish police said on Friday that two people were injured in a shooting at the Emporia shopping center in the southern city of Malmö and a suspect was arrested.

“Immediate danger to the public is deemed averted,” police said in a statement “At this time, the incident is considered to be related to the criminal environment.”

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Police are on hand to interview witnesses and review surveillance camera equipment.

Earlier, police said they cordoned off the area and asked the public to avoid going to the mall.

Police did not immediately respond for further comment.

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